According to "Cisco Global Cloud Index: Forecast and Methodology, 2011-2016," the amount of traffic crossing the Internet traffic and IP WAN networks is projected to reach 1.3 zettabytes per year in 2016; the amount of data center traffic is already 1.8 zettabytes per year, and by 2016 will nearly quadruple to reach 6.6 zettabytes per year. The impact of cloud computing on data center traffic is clear.
To successfully support a range of application types is a central requirement of data center architectures. Following are some of the key requirements:
- Availability and Continuity
At Computex 2013, Aewin is showcasing two high-end network platforms for carrier data centers - the SCB-9651 and SCB-9650. The newest Aewin network solutions for cloud data centers adopt a quad-core Intel Sandy/Ivy Bridge Xeon E5-4600 series processer, the C604 PCH for SCB-9651 and a dual-core Intel Sandy/Ivy Bridge Xeon E5-2600 processer for SCB-9650. All components of SCB-9651 and SCB-9650 are easily removable for replacements and maintenance services.
The SCB-9651 is a 4U rack mount design and maximum throughput is 320Gbps. The SCB-9650 is a 2U rack mount design and maximum throughput is 160Gbps. Both SCB-9651 and SCB-9650 support Intel DPDK (data plane development kit) function, IPMI (intelligent power management interface), redundancy power supply and hot swappable smart fan.
Aewin's Comuptex 2013 booth is at No. L1305a, 4th floor, Nan Gang Exhibition Center.
Company website: http://www.aewin.com.tw/
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